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Nov'17

Trump`s Stance on Islamic State By Tehmina Shahab Khattak

The jihadist group Islamic State burst on to the universal scene in 2014 when it seized extensive swathes of an …

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Nov'17

Exit Mugabe | Editorial

The streets of Harare were flooding with celebrations after Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe resigned on Tuesday. The optimism on display …

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Nov'17

Ready for a Global Pandemic? By Tom Inglesby and Benjamin Haas

Almost a century ago, a new and deadly strain of influenza spread around the world, shutting down schools and businesses …

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Nov'17

The Korean Missile Crisis By Scott D. Sagan

It is time for the U.S. government to admit that it has failed to prevent North Korea from acquiring nuclear …

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Nov'17

Russia, Iran, Turkey to Work for Political Settlement in Syria

MOSCOW: The leaders of Russia, Turkey and Iran met on Wednesday to discuss ways to advance a political settlement in …

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Nov'17

The Syria Dilemma | Editorial

In a four-hour stay on Russian soil, Bashar-ul-Asa’ad, the Syrian ruler, met the Russian president, Vladimir Putin. While talking to …

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Nov'17

China’s open doors for the US By Dr Qaisar Rashid

The domestic challenge of achieving economic sufficiency is prodding the US to revisit and reset its trade relations internationally. Similarly, …

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Nov'17

When Stalin Faced Hitler By Stephen Kotkin

Through the first four decades of his life, Joseph Stalin achieved little. He was born in 1878 to a poor …

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Nov'17

Renewed US-Russia Rift Threatens Slim Syria Peace Hope By Dave Clark & Francesco Fontemaggi

WASHINGTON: The latest US and Russian bid to find enough common ground on which to build some hope for Syria …

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Nov'17

The Meaning of Sharp Power By Christopher Walker and Jessica Ludwig

The term “soft power” has become a political science catch-all for forms of influence that are not “hard” in the …

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Nov'17

A Fiscal Union for the Eurozone By Pierpaolo Barbieri and Shahin Vallée

The German election is finally behind us. In spite of headlines about the rise of the extreme right, Chancellor Angela …

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Nov'17

A World Without Nukes By Rizwan Asghar

At long last, the advocates of nuclear disarmament have a reason to be optimistic about their journey towards achieving the …

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